English indie rockers Florence + the Machine have announced a series of intimate performances in the United Kingdom and the United States. Interestingly, the run is scheduled to kick off very soon—just over a week from now on May 9th.

Florence + The Machine will get started at the Victoria Theatre in Halifax, UK before swinging through Scunthorpe and London. The band will then head across the pond for a two-night stand at the Brooklyn Academy of Music on May 13th and 14th, and the run will wrap up with a show at Los Angeles’ Walt Disney Concert Hall on May 21st.

The upcoming jaunt will find Florence +the Machine performing in theaters instead of the arenas, amphitheaters, and festival headlining spots that have been their mainstays in recent years. The announcement comes two weeks after the group released the single “Sky Full of Song”, their first new music since 2016. The upcoming tour dates will also precede the band’s previously-confirmed opening set for the Rolling Stones, which is slated to take place at London Stadium on May 25th.

Tickets for the newly-announced shows will go on sale Friday, April 27th at 10am local time. $1 (or £1) from each ticket sale will go to support local nonprofits, including Shelter, WIN, and Downtown Women’s Center.

Florence + the Machine – “Sky Full of Song”

Florence + The Machine Theater Tour Dates:

May 5: Victoria Theatre – Halifax, UK
May 6: Baths Hall – Scunthorpe, UK
May 8: Royal Festival Hall – London, UK
May 13: Brooklyn Academy of Music – Brooklyn, NY
May 14: Brooklyn Academy of Music – Brooklyn, NY
May 21: Walt Disney Concert Hall – Los Angeles, CA